Supply Brothers Alexa traffic ranking reached a milestone today, surpassing over 5 million websites.
Hoboken, NJ – December 23, 2008 – Supply Brothers‘ Alexa traffic ranking reached a milestone today, surpassing over 5 million websites. “We are a very pleased what we have accomplished in the last year. Our increase in web traffic is due to a variety of different things. Customer service, which is the focal point of our company, has been our main focus. Today’s businesses lack a good deal of customer service, and that is why we have strived to do the opposite of our competition,” explains Gerard.
In the past 6 months, Supply Brothers grew its client base by 221%. “In these tough economic times, we are very fortunate to be doing better than our competition. Our success has been attributed to a unique combination of great customer service, fast shipping, and excellent pricing. Another reason for our success is our wide selection of products. When it comes to office supplies, we didn’t want to put a limit on our customers’ shopping experience. When our clients shop for regular staple items, such as pens and paper, they can also shop for other necessary office items like break room supplies, janitorial supplies, and presentation supplies.”
“Another reason for our milestone growth has been made possible through our returning customers,” says Gerard. “This is why we wanted to share our success with our customers and the less fortunate. Recently, we have teamed up with The Feeding America Network, a national food bank, recently to help give to the hungry. Every order that was placed with us from November 2 to December 19, we donated $1 on behalf of each customer who bought office supplies with us. We want to thank all of our customers who made this possible,” says Gerard.
There are many reasons to recycle and Supply Brothers wants you to be a part of it. However, recycling is more than just placing certain materials in a special bin. The recycling process begins with the separation of waste, which are processed, manufactured, made into new products, and sold. However, recycling will only work if consumers and businesses buy products made with recycled materials!
The most used office product is paper. Did you know that each day American businesses generate enough paper to circle the globe at least 40 times? 77% of the paper waste generated in your office each day is recyclable. If we recycle just one ton of this paper we would save around 6.7 cubic yards of landfill space and save 17 trees! Commercial and residential paper waste accounts for a huge amount of unnecessary landfill space. Did you know that this paper can be recycled into many common items such as newspapers, game boards, egg cartons, storage boxes, etc.? It’s never to late to start recycling and buy recycled products.
You can find recycled paper at almost any office supply retailer. We recommend buying Boise Aspen Recycled Paper. They sell a huge variety of copy paper. There you can find all kinds of paper for your needs and most of their paper is 100% recycled.
Here are some myths of recycled paper:
Is recycled paper high quality?
In 1998, a group of copier manufactures and printers conducted a test to see how well recycled paper worked with standard office equipment. They tested paper with 30% post consumer recycled paper, which is the standard set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The verdict: Recycled paper not only exceeded the quality of virgin paper but it worked without complications in office equipment.
Can I buy bright white recycled paper?
Recycled paper comes in a variety of different color, weight, and styles. Brightness is no issue when it comes to recycled paper. Its’ purity is more than capable of meeting the demanding requirements of businesses and professionals.
How to Buy Recycled Paper
Follow these steps when buying recycled paper.
Look for packaging that displays the correct recycled symbol. A symbol that displays chasing arrows which is inside a circle indicates that the product contains recycled content. This symbol is often confused with the chasing arrows symbol, which doesn’t contain a circle. This only means the product may be recycled.
Buy paper with a high post consumer content versus paper that is made from pre-consumer content.
If you are unsure about the difference, let us explain. Post consumer simply means that the product is made with reprocessed paper, collected from consumers.
Pre-consumer recycled paper is made with waste that never made it to the hands of consumers. An example of this is paper trimmings from a paper mill.
Paper with the highest post consumer waste is the best to shop for. Buying paper with a higher percentage of post consumer content sends a strong message to the manufacturer. When manufactures are faced with a high demand for paper that is made from post consumer content, then they will be obligated to collect more paper waste and turn that into new paper, thus increases the need to recycle.
Lastly, don’t be fooled by marketing lingo. People often assume the words “environmentally safe, environmentally friendly, and natural” with products which are recycled or made from recycled materials. This is untrue! Again, look for the correct recycling signs, as mentioned earlier.
December 3rd -2008 Supply Brothers, Office Supply King
Step 4 of Getting Green!
There are many reasons to recycle, Supply Brothers wants you to be a part of it. However, recycling is more than just placing certain materials in a special bin. The recycling process begins with the separation of waste, which are processed, manufactured, made into new products, and sold. However, recycling will only work if consumers and businesses buy products made with recycled materials!
Supply Brothers carries over 2,000 products made from recycled materials. These products are less expensive to make, which means they are cheaper to buy! Be sure to carefully read each product page to find out whether or not the item you are purchasing is made from recycled materials.
Here are 5 simple ways to Get Green on your most popular office products!
1. Recycled copy paper – Typically copy paper is the most frequently used item in the office. Switch to a 30% recycled paper, such as Hewlett Packard’s HEW112100
2. Buy a Desk Pad Calendar made from 30% post consumer waste. Desk calendars are a great way to keep organized, why not buy one that is eco friendly!
3. Recycled filed folders, 1/3 cut, brown, assorted tab, 100 per box.
4. How about a Ring Binder made out of at least 40% recycled content.
5. No list is complete without the Post it!
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